CROSSINGS III: BRAZIL, PORTUGAL AND GREATER CHINA IN MOVEMENT

6 Sep 2017


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CROSSINGS III: BRAZIL, PORTUGAL AND GREATER CHINA IN MOVEMENT

15 to 16 December 2017

 

I-INTRODUCTION

Crossings is a platform for sharing research and discussions that put in perspective an inescapable aspect of our contemporaneity: the intensity and diversification of interactions between subjects, texts, discourses, contexts and languages. This meeting in Macau is, therefore, marked by the idea of ​​the movement, the fundamental feature of these interactions.

In its first edition, Crossings was held under the title “Macao in Crossings: Translation and Cultures in Contact” and took place at the University of Macau from January 28 to 30, 2013. Its purpose was to discuss academic-scientific interfaces in the fields of language, culture, immigration, religion, literature and translation. In its second edition, from July 23 to 27, 2015, at the University of São Paulo under the title “Crossings: Brazil, Portugal and Greater China”, the themes of language, language, culture, immigration, religion, literature and translation were discussed comprising the symbolic spaces of Brazil, Portugal and Greater China.

This edition of Crossings, which will take place on December 15 and 16 at the University of Macau, will be organized by two institutions: the University of Macau and the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. The event will serve as a platform for discussion and establishment of interdisciplinary and inter-institutional projects, connecting China, Macau, Brazil and Portugal.

 

II-THEMATIC LINES

In this edition, we have among our objectives to foster the interaction between teachers, researchers and students and to promote the encounter and approximation of ideas and researches around the following themes (not limited to them):

  • History;
  • Translation;
  • Cultures in movement;
  • Philosophy;
  • Languages;
  • Literatures;
  • Cultural Studies;
  • Teaching PFL in China;
  • Teaching Chinese in the CPLP.

 

III- CALL FOR PAPERS

Types of participation:

  • With paper presentation (free of charge).
  • As audience (free of charge)

Participants interested in presenting a paper should enroll until 30 November through the registration form.

Participants interested in attending as audience should enroll until 30 November through the registration form.

REGISTRATION FORM

Acceptance letters will be provided until two weeks after enrollment.

Any other issues, please send a message to the email: fah.crossings@um.edu.mo

 

PROGRAMME

15 December 2017
09:00 – 09:30Opening Ceremony 
09:30 – 10:30Conference 01

  • On comparative and post-comparative philosophy – Hans-Georg MOELLER, University of Macau

President: Shang Xuejiao

Venue E21-G035

10:30 – 11:00Coffee
11:00 – 12:30Panel 01 

  • The Transformation of Qing China’s Perceptions of Brazil during the late nineteenth century – Eric Vanden Bussche, Sam Houston State University
  • Studies on Chinese Migration in Brazil: the Present State and Future Tendencies – Shu Chansheng, University of São Paulo
  • In search of the Portuguese ‘immigrant’ in Macao – Vanesa Amaro, School of Business, Macao Polytechnic Institute

President: Julio Reis Jatobá

Venue E21-G035

12:30 – 14:30Lunch
14:30 – 16:00Panel 02

  • The challenges of knowledge structure and production in a post-colonial and non-aligned world – Jae Park, The Education University of Hong Kong
  • In search for Language Policies for Portuguese Language in China – Júlio Jatobá, University of Macau
  • Escola Oficial Zheng Guanyin: Estudo de caso de um projeto intercultural trilingue em Macau –  Ana Paula Dias, Universidade Aberta

President: Roberval Teixeira e Silva

Venue E21-G035

16:00 – 16:30Coffee
16:30 – 18:30

Paper presentations

Session 01– Portuguese as a Foreign Language in China

Venue E21 1031

Session 02 – Portuguese as a Foreign Language in China

Venue E21 1032 

 

16 December 2017
09:30 – 10:30Conference 02

  • Photographs of Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Interpreters in China, John MILTON, University of São Paulo

President: Júlio Reis Jatobá

Venue E21-G035

10:30 – 11:00Coffee
11:00 – 12:30Panel 02

  • A Imagem da Made in China no Brasil:um estudo baseado no discurso noticiário do jornal O Estado de S. Paulo – Yang Jing, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
  • Small Platform, Big Cooperation: A framework of cultural integration, political mutual trust and economic complementarity – Ding Hao, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
  • Webdiscursos e a Construção da Imagem da China e do Brasil na Mídia online -Roberval Teixeira E Silva – Universidade de Macau, Fred Utsunomiya – Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and Mariza Reis – Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

President: Shang Xuejiao

Venue E21-G035

12:30 – 14:30Lunch
14:30 – 16:00

Paper presentations

Session 03 – Translation Studies Portuguese-Chinese

Venue E21-1031

Session 04 – Intercultural Studies, Mobility and Crossings 

Venue E21-1032

16:00 – 16:30Coffee
16:30 – 18:30Closing Ceremony 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Jae Park (The Education University of Hong Kong)
  • John Milton (University of São Paulo)
  • Júlio Reis Jatobá (University of Macau)
  • Maria Célia Lima-Hernandes (University of São Paulo)
  • Roberval Teixeira e Silva (University of Macau)
  • Shang Xuejiao- Catarina (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies/University of Macau)
  • Yang Jing- Elsa (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies/University of Macau)